April 2021

 

Theme: Interdependent Web of Existence

 

For the safety of our members and the larger community, UUFN will be offering livestreamed Sunday services via Zoom until further notice. Links for the Sunday Zoom meeting will be sent each week through the UUFN-Announce email group. Contact jwhitson@uunorthfield.org if you would like to begin receiving the weekly email.

 


Thursday, April 1st • 7:00 p.m.

“In Remembrance of Love: A Communion Service” • Rev. Kristin Maier

All are welcome to join in a virtual service remembering the life and teachings of Jesus. In some traditions, communion has been a tool of exclusion or bounded by strict belief requirements. Our pandemic style communion is open to everyone as a symbol of beloved community and the power of love. Please have ready in your home whatever kind of bread and wine, juice, or water represents sustenance to you.

 


Sunday, April 4th • 10:00 am

“Rolling Away the Stone Together” • Rev. Kristin Maier

What renewal might we experience when we come together to live our values? Join us as we journey into ancient stories of rebirth and liberation and celebrate the lessons that still speak to us today.


 

Sunday, April 11th • 10:00 am

“This I Believe” • Presented by: Peter Allen and Maria Musachio

“This I Believe” is an opportunity for UUFN members to share the beliefs, values, and experience that have shaped the people they have become. This year Maria Musachio and Peter Allen generously have agreed to share their credo statements.

 


Sunday, April 18th • 10:00 a.m.

“Allegiance to the Whole” • Rev. Kristin Maier

What might happen if we all felt allegiance, even pledged allegiance to the whole? How might we and even the whole of the planet be transformed?

 


Sunday, April 25th • 10:00 a.m.

“A Faith-Based Response to the Challenge of Climate Change:

Perspectives from a Minnesota Scientist” • Presented by: Mark Seeley

The Minnesota landscape has seen dramatic changes in climate over thousands of years, but the "pace" of climate change occurring in our lifetime is truly remarkable. It presents a challenge to all of us to adapt and to help mitigate or slow the change by changing our policies towards societal infrastructure and managing our natural resources. Our motivation is driven from the scientific evidence for change, the significant impacts that are already occurring, and our dedication to living in a community that cares about equality, justice, and stewardship of our one and only planet. Our response to this challenge may be enhanced if we share more stories, and talk more freely about the principles that guide our lives together.




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